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The Resource Fair play : the moral dilemmas of spying, James M. Olson

Fair play : the moral dilemmas of spying, James M. Olson

Label
Fair play : the moral dilemmas of spying
Title
Fair play
Title remainder
the moral dilemmas of spying
Statement of responsibility
James M. Olson
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
TXB
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1941-
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Olson, James M.
Dewey number
172.4
Index
index present
LC call number
JK468.I6
LC item number
O47 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • United States
  • Intelligence service
  • Espionage
  • Espionage
Label
Fair play : the moral dilemmas of spying, James M. Olson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-268) and index
Contents
Introduction : a career under cover -- Philosophical and historical arguments -- Bible -- Aristotle -- Cicero -- St. Thomas Aquinas -- Machiavelli -- Kant -- Realpolitik -- Utilitarianism -- Veritatis Splendor -- U.S. attitudes toward spying -- Scenarios -- 1. Homosexual blackmail -- 2. Trojan horse -- 3. False flag -- 4. Hit team -- 5. Torture -- 6. Kidnapping and torture by surrogates -- 7. Truth serum -- 8. Journalism cover -- 9. Operational use of journalists -- 10. Human rights violators -- 11. Torture training -- 12. Humanitarian aid worker cover -- 13. Missionary cover -- 14. Operational use of academics -- 15. P-sources -- 16. Prostitute for terrorist -- 17. Child prostitute -- 18. Terrorist act for bona fides -- 19. Election tampering -- 20. Seduction and compromise -- 21. Romeo operations -- 22. Coercive pitch -- 23. Feeding a drug habit -- 24. Kidnapping or killing a defector -- 25. Fabricating evidence -- 26. L-devices -- 27. Insertion operations -- 28. Fake diagnosis -- 29. Drugging a foreign diplomat -- 30. Press placements -- 31. Fabricating academic credentials -- 32. Plagiarizing a Ph. D. dissertation -- 33. Exposing unwitting person to risk -- 34. Kamikaze dolphins -- 35. Spying on Americans overseas -- 36. Spying on friends -- 37. Spying on the United Nations -- 38. Industrial espionage -- 39. Bribing a foreign government -- 40. Tampering with U.S. mail -- 41. Protection of code breaking -- 42. Breaking a promise to an agent -- 43. Unauthorized cover -- 44. Bogus Websites and chatrooms -- 45. Back doors -- 46. Biological attack -- 47. Forging documents from friendly countries -- 48. Collateral damage -- 49. Foreign officer visitors -- 50. Interrogation -- Afterword -- Notes : Spying 101 -- The essential intelligence library -- Commentators
Control code
ocn213298691
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st pbk. ed.
Extent
xii, 291 p.
Isbn
9781597971539
Label
Fair play : the moral dilemmas of spying, James M. Olson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-268) and index
Contents
Introduction : a career under cover -- Philosophical and historical arguments -- Bible -- Aristotle -- Cicero -- St. Thomas Aquinas -- Machiavelli -- Kant -- Realpolitik -- Utilitarianism -- Veritatis Splendor -- U.S. attitudes toward spying -- Scenarios -- 1. Homosexual blackmail -- 2. Trojan horse -- 3. False flag -- 4. Hit team -- 5. Torture -- 6. Kidnapping and torture by surrogates -- 7. Truth serum -- 8. Journalism cover -- 9. Operational use of journalists -- 10. Human rights violators -- 11. Torture training -- 12. Humanitarian aid worker cover -- 13. Missionary cover -- 14. Operational use of academics -- 15. P-sources -- 16. Prostitute for terrorist -- 17. Child prostitute -- 18. Terrorist act for bona fides -- 19. Election tampering -- 20. Seduction and compromise -- 21. Romeo operations -- 22. Coercive pitch -- 23. Feeding a drug habit -- 24. Kidnapping or killing a defector -- 25. Fabricating evidence -- 26. L-devices -- 27. Insertion operations -- 28. Fake diagnosis -- 29. Drugging a foreign diplomat -- 30. Press placements -- 31. Fabricating academic credentials -- 32. Plagiarizing a Ph. D. dissertation -- 33. Exposing unwitting person to risk -- 34. Kamikaze dolphins -- 35. Spying on Americans overseas -- 36. Spying on friends -- 37. Spying on the United Nations -- 38. Industrial espionage -- 39. Bribing a foreign government -- 40. Tampering with U.S. mail -- 41. Protection of code breaking -- 42. Breaking a promise to an agent -- 43. Unauthorized cover -- 44. Bogus Websites and chatrooms -- 45. Back doors -- 46. Biological attack -- 47. Forging documents from friendly countries -- 48. Collateral damage -- 49. Foreign officer visitors -- 50. Interrogation -- Afterword -- Notes : Spying 101 -- The essential intelligence library -- Commentators
Control code
ocn213298691
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st pbk. ed.
Extent
xii, 291 p.
Isbn
9781597971539

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